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I will die, if I give my wife money – Man tells court

A 55-year-old fashion designer, Stephen Enebeli, told an Igando Customary Court in Lagos on Thursday that he would die if he gives money to his wife.

Court dissolves 16-year-old marriage over alleged threats to life

A Customary Court in Igando, Lagos, has dissolved a 16-year-old marriage between Eunice Enebeli and her husband, Stephen, after the woman alleged constant threats to her life by the man.

Police arrest Lagos couple for running baby factory

The Lagos State Police Command has arrested a couple on Treasure Palace Close, in the Igando area of the state, for allegedly harbouring pregnant women and selling newborn babies.

Robbers invade three patrol stations in Lagos

Commuters and motorists scampered to safety as a four-man robbery gang invaded Dapsey Oil petrol station at Igando, on the outskirts of Lagos State, killing a police officer identified as Sergeant Akor and leaving two others wounded.

My wife and I fight, hurt each other a lot, separate us – Pastor...

A Pentecostal Pastor, Bernard Towoju, has urged an Igando Customary Court, Lagos to dissolve his marriage to his wife, Abosede, for allegedly using her private part to invoke curses on him.

Conductor allegedly falls off bus, dies

A 25-year-old commercial bus driver, John Okoye, who allegedly drove recklessly, causing his conductor to fall off the vehicle and die, was on Monday brought before an Ojo Magistrates’ Court in Lagos.

Court dissolves 22 years marriage over wife’s love for wearing trousers

A 42-year-old housewife, Fatimot Abiola, on Wednesday in Lagos lost her 22 years marriage to her husband, Rasheed, for wearing trousers against her husband’s wish.

My jobless husband sleeps at home, beats me for not providing food – Woman...

A 42-year old jobless man, Mr Ibrahim Oseni, on Tuesday lost his 10-year old marriage over his failure to get a work as an Igando Customary Court in Lagos granted his estranged wife’s request to dissolve the union.

Man divorces wife for giving birth to babies like rabbit

A marriage of nine years was dissolved on Monday in Lagos after Mr Michael Ayinde, a 39-year-old man, had taken his wife, Glory, to court over her penchant for unbridled procreation.

Separate us before my wife beats me to death – Man tells court

An Igando Customary Court in Lagos on Friday reconciled a couple, Mr Olawale Jaiyeola and his wife, Olatayo, whose 28-year marriage was on the brink of collapse.

Court dissolves marriage over love potion accusation, awards N1m ‘severance package’ to woman

A customary court in Igando, Lagos, on Thursday awarded N1 million to a woman, Abimbola Olajumoke, after dissolving her 12-year-old marriage with her husband, Gbolahan.

Governor Ambode urges patience from public hospital users

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State has called for understanding from members of the public who patronise public hospitals in the state.

My husband beat the hell out of me, I fainted seven times – Woman...

After several unsuccessful interventions to save an 11-year-old marriage, an Igando Customary Court in Lagos has dissolved the union of Mrs Adeola Olalere and her husband, Amidu, over constant battery.

My wife twists my testicles during fights – Man tells court

An Igando Customary Court in Lagos State on Tuesday dissolved the five-year marriage between Mr. Chukwuma Onwumere and his wife, Obianuju, following the respondent’s threat to the petitioner’s life by always twisting his testicles anytime they had a fight.

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